Mo. Senate Votes to Cut Down How Much Cities Can Fund Budgets from Traffic FinesSchmitt's bill would cut from 30 percent to 10 percent how much of a city's budget can be financed by traffic fines.
Hancock & Kelley - Monday, July 29th - Raising Minimum Wage for Fast Food Workers; Primer on Pres. Calvin Coolidge; Pope Francis's Trip to S. America; Speed Traps in Ellisville MOJohn and MIchael talk about today's fast food workers strike; about the last U.S. President who slashed both taxes and the federal budget; about Pope Francis's comments on gays in the church and gay priests; and about a local man who was ticketed for flashing his lights, warning other motorists of an upcoming speed trap.
End Money Generating Speed Traps, Says Chesterfield ManSteve Boriss is on a campaign to develop sensible speed enforcement policies.